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Color X ink is created by blending red, blue, green, and yellow inks

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Color X ink is created by blending red, blue, green, and yellow inks in the ratio 6:5:2:2. What is the number of liters of green ink that was used to create a certain batch of color X ink?

(1) The amount of red ink used to create the batch is 2 liters more than the amount of blue ink used to create the batch.

(2) The batch consists of 30 liters of color X ink.
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Color X ink is created by blending red, blue, green, and yellow inks in the ratio 6:5:2:2. What is the number of liters of green ink that was used to create a certain batch of color X ink?

(I) The amount of red ink used to create the batch is 2 liters more than the amount of blue ink used to create the batch.

(II) The batch consists of 30 liters of color X ink.


Given Red : Blue : Green : Yellow = 6:5:2:2

1) Red - Green = 2, so ratio is 6:5 for 15 litres, so for 2 litres difference it has to be 30 litres.
Sufficient , A or D
2) Total is 30 litres in the ratio of 6:5:2:2
Sufficient . Hence D

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